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TBA President and CEO Eric Sandberg and TBA Assistant General Counsel Celeste Embrey discuss the importance of participating in ABA's annual Government Relations Summit in Washington, D.C., taking place in March. Mike Mauldin, Chairman, President and CEO of First Financial Bank in Hereford, Texas, shares stories of attending the Government Relations Summit for the first time. Brien O'Connor answers the insurance question of the week.
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Ever since Obama declared that Trayvon could have been him years ago, the nation has turned it's attention to the black community. Bill O'Reily said that the president and blacks should stop blaming oppression for the down falls of the black community. Some activists, including Tavis Smiley responded to O'Reily's comments and now we have a great debate. But what we really need are some solutions. Call in this Tuesday at 8pm to comment on the HOT TOPIC ~ "RACE RELATIONS AND THE AMERICAN GOVERNMENT" Call 760.283.4647 to comment or click www.eblockradio.com to see us LIVE on uStream!! DON'T FORGET TO FOLLOW THE CREW ON TWITTER @HoodHowardStern and @RealMonkMoney
WERE BACK ON TONIGHT AT 8:00 PM CALI TIME .BRINGING U ANOTHER HOT SHOW WITH ARE HOST JACK "MONSTER " JOJOLA AND ANGELA GSB MORALOS. WE WILL BE SPEAKING ABOUT THE TOP DOGG MAGAZINE AND WHAT ITS ALL ABOUT .ALONG WITH SOME OF THE UPCOMING SHOWS HITTING YOUR STATE.JOIN IN ON THE CONVO ITS GOING TO BE HOTT!!!!!!!
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The Grand Jury has deliberated, the decision has been made, yet people still cry for justice. So we ask ourselves what is justice? Is it the political indictment of a man or the lynching of an innocent? The events that followed the announcement of the Grand Jury were filled with tear gas, gun fire, burning and looting; so someone please tell me how destroying the livelihood of your community brings justice.
We mourn the loss of a child, a parent, a community a police department and even an officer, must live with the events that fomented these events but at what point do we look at the root causes of the matter and change them? Is it the income disparity, the broken families, the lack of education or simply the color of ones skin that matters; or all of these? I for one would like to know, I would also like to know where we go next.
Join me for a no holds barred review of the events and people that make our world the place it is. Have you been holding it in? Wouldn't you like to put things in place?
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R.E.S.T.O.R.E. - The first "R" of this Planet Restoration acronymn stands for "Relation"; and, for this reason, we want to turn our attention to our relations currently facing and attempting to address the recent outbreak of the Ebola virus in Guinea, Liberia, Nigeria, and Sierra Leone. Why has the international communtiy been so slow to respond, and appear to have turned its back on Africa? What is reality and what is myth concerning the Ebola virus? How has the global media helped to raise awareness and stem the spread of the virus; AND, has the media made matters worse by stoking peoples' greatest fears, promoting misinformation, misrepresenting how Africa actually is, and magnifying already-existing stigmas surrounding disease in Africa? What can everyday people do right now to help stop the spread of Ebola?
Our first guest, Olimatta Taal of SenGhigen Productions, whose family is from The Gambia, West Africa, is working with various reggae and world-music artists to promote an education campaign to highlight African voices on the continent and throughout the diaspora addressing this complex issue and helping educate communities, as well as providing much-needed 'Ebola packs.'
Our second guest will be John F. Lloyd, former Commissioner of the Office of African Affairs for the Government of the District of Columbia. He also served as Chairman of Governance & Reform on the Liberian Diaspora Advisory Board, Embassy of Liberia in Washington, D.C. Lloyd is currently serving as the Chairman of the Diaspora Ebola Network that is convening a summit in Washington, D.C. on December 5th, bringing together organizational leaders and nationals of the West African Diaspora community from all regions of the United States, Europe, and Canada in an united effort to halt the deadly Ebola epidemic.
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